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Florida Adoption Agency

If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering adoption, you are looking for a Florida Adoption Agency. At Adoption Choices of Florida, we provide adoption services to help.

Available 24 hours a day, including weekends | Call toll-free (800) 985-8108

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At no cost to you, Adoption Choices of Florida is available to provide you with financial help with some expenses, housing, food, sundries, bus pass, and other necessities to make your pregnancy comfortable, medical care, and support counseling. We are here for you. A caring caseworker from Adoption Choices of Florida will be by your side to provide you with comfort and emotional support.

Call toll-free (800) 985-8108 | Available 24 hours a day, including weekends.


If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and/or considering adoption for your baby, it is important that you feel confident in your decision and it is also important to know that you are not “giving up” your baby. Your decision to make an adoption plan is a strong and selfless choice that puts the needs of your child above your own. This decision will provide your baby with the ultimate gift of life and will also fulfill the dreams of hopeful Adoptive Parents who might not otherwise be able to parent.

Call toll-free (800) 985-8108 | Available 24 hours a day, including weekends.


Step 1: Choosing Adoption for Your Baby

Choosing to place your baby for adoption is a difficult decision to consider. Make sure to research all your options before making the decision that is right for you and your baby.

Step 2: Making an Adoption Plan

If you have made the decision to place your baby or child for adoption, you will need to reach out to an adoption professional such as Adoption Choices of Florida. We will help you in creating the right adoption plan for you and your baby.

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Step 3: Finding an Adoptive Family

Choosing the perfect adoptive family for your baby may seem like an overwhelming task, but all of our families are carefully screened so that you, the birth mother, can have the peace of mind that you chose the right family for your baby. All of our Adoptive Families are required to complete a state home study as well as a background check. We have helped a multitude of birth mothers find the family of their dreams, who will love, nurture and support their baby.

Step 4: Getting to Know the Adoptive Family

Adoption has changed over the last couple of decades and open adoption is a term we are hearing more often. Open adoption allows for the birth mother and/or birth parents to have contact during and after birth. The degree and type of openness, of course, is dependent upon each situation, but contact can include sharing photos, phone calls, video calls, texts, and sometimes even visits. Most adoption experts and adoption professionals believe that open adoption is the healthiest choice for all parties involved, but they also highlight that the level of openness should be contingent on what is best for the child.

Step 5: Creating an Adoption Hospital Plan

Your Adoption Specialist or adoption professional will work with you to create the right hospital plan for you depending on your needs and wants.

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Step 6: Post-Adoption Recovery

After leaving the hospital, you will experience highs and lows, as you recover from giving birth and placing your child for adoption. It is important to allow yourself time and space to heal physically and emotionally. Your body needs to heal, so be sure to slowly ease back into your routine. It may take 6-12 weeks to physically recover, depending on the type of delivery you had.

Step 7: Communicating with the Adoptive Parents

The form of communication you will have with the Adoptive Parents will be determined by the level of openness in your adoption. Today, many Birth Mothers are in an open adoption situation, where they receive photos and letters. Some also have contact with the adoptive family through texts, social media, email, video calling, and even regular face-to-face visits. Again, this type of contact depends on the openness of your adoption.

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Every Birth Mother’s circumstances and reasons for choosing adoption are unique. For some women, abortion is not an option and they need to choose between parenting or adoption. Some birth mothers choose adoption because they do not have the financial resources or support to parent, some are not mentally or emotionally ready to parent and others do not want to raise a child in the environment he/she will be born into.

For those considering adoption, the decision will be a difficult and emotional one. If you have family or friends that are open and will be supportive of whatever decision you make, it will be helpful to discuss your options with them. If not, reach out to an adoption professional who can also discuss all of your options and help guide you through the adoption process if you decide that is the right choice for you and your baby.

Call toll-free (800) 985-8108 | Available 24 hours a day, including weekends.